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US Department of Labor to provide safety training at 2024 Central Alabama Construction Expo.

US Department of Labor to Offer Safety Training at Central Alabama Construction Safety Conference

Stay Informed, Stay Safe

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is set to provide valuable training and compliance assistance at the upcoming 2024 Central Alabama Construction Safety Conference and Expo on March 14, 2024.

What to Expect

Employers and employees attending the event will have the opportunity to learn about potential hazards in the workplace and how to prioritize safety. By understanding these risks and committing to creating a safe environment, employers can prevent workplace injuries and fatalities.

OSHA Area Office Director Jose Gonzalez emphasizes the importance of ensuring that all workers have the right to a safe and healthy work environment, free from hazardous conditions. The Central Alabama Safety Construction Conference aims to provide free information on various safety and health-related topics to empower both employers and employees.

Key Highlights

During the one-day event, OSHA representatives and other experts will offer training and compliance assistance in both English and Spanish. Topics will include preventing construction-related injuries and illnesses, combating heat-related issues, falls, excavation hazards, and suicide prevention.

Additionally, vendors will showcase and demonstrate safety equipment at the expo to promote safe practices in the workplace.

Registration and Sponsorship

The event is sponsored by OSHA, the Deep South Center for Occupational Health & Safety, and various industry partners. While attendance is free, registration is required to secure your spot.

Employers looking to enhance their safety programs can visit OSHA’s website for valuable resources on developing workplace safety and health programs. They can also reach out to OSHA’s compliance assistance specialists for free guidance on meeting OSHA standards.

Take Action for Safety

As a responsible employer, it’s crucial to prioritize the health and safety of your workforce. By staying informed, participating in training sessions, and implementing best practices, you can create a safer work environment for everyone.

Remember, safety is a collective effort, and investing in safety measures today can prevent accidents and protect lives tomorrow.

For more information on workplace safety and upcoming events, visit OSHA’s website and stay tuned for updates on safety initiatives in your area.

Reference: US Department of Labor will offer training, compliance assistance at 2024 Central Alabama Construction Safety Conference, Expo

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